Top 5 Kemper Profiles of 2018! (Best Kemper profiles demo)

Top 5 Kemper Profiles of 2018! (Best Kemper profiles demo)
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So, another year has gone by and the sun is the same in a relative way but we’re older – time for a Top 5 Kemper profile packs that I have demoed during 2018! It was not an easy task to pick out five packs from the near 60 videos that I have done, have a look at the list of contenders in the video – all of those are really great packs and that list itself could work as a recommendation.

As this video most likely will the last one of 2018 I’d just like say Thanks to everyone who has been watching my videos. Another Big Thanks goes out to You who have subscribed to Have Guitar, I really value that support highly! And a third Thank You to the people who have been supporting me in various ways with products to demo, it makes things so much easier as I’m not made out of money (unfortunately!).

Here’s to 2019; may it become a great new year for you all and another year of videos from Have Guitar that hopefully continues to improve so they get better in any way possible. Hope you liked this video and do feel free to subscribe for more…

Index:
01:15 – ToneJunkie 65 Lowman
02:43 – Live Ready Sound Plexed for Kemper
04:30 – TMS Profiles Marshall 30th Anniversary 6100
06:09 – ReampZone Diezel Einstein 100
07:32 – SinMix 2JpC

Equipment used:
ESP Phoenix II (Seymour Duncan JB/’59)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Gibson SG Standard 2016 High Performance (490R/498T)
Gibson SG Gary Clark Jr Signature (P90ST, P90SM, P90SR)
Gibson Explorer Tribute 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
Ibanez DTT700 (DiMarzio D Activator-X)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Live Ready Sound Plexed for Kemper

ReampZone Diezel Einstein 100

BM Profiles F-man Pack

ToneJunkie 65 Lowman Pack

SinMix 2JpC Kemper Pack

TMS Profiles Marshall 30th Anniversary 6100

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ReVerend G 120 Experiment by Live Ready Sound (Kemper profiles demo)

ReVerend G 120 Experimentby Live Ready Sound (Kemper profiles demo)
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Let’s take a look… or rather a listen to Live Ready Sound’s The ReVerend G 120 – a profile pack for your Kemper Profiling Amp that recreates the sound from a Revv Generator 120 MKII!

The Revv Generator 120 is a 120 watts tube amp with 4 channels – clean, crunch and two variable gain channels. You can operate it at 10 or 120 watts, it has MIDI capabilities and each channel has a 3-band EQ. For more details on the actual amp see the link to Revv amps further down this description.

The profile pack from LRS so far contains 141 profiles, created with a bunch of speakers and microphones – it also contains 10 effects presets from Have Guitar, and that is what I based this Rig Showcase on. So you’ll get to hear the profiles as they come and then with my changes applied (and this FX addon is now included in the official pack). In addition the full pack also contains an additional 35 effects presets from Eltzejupp so yeah, you’ll have some fun going through this great pack!

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Equipment used:
Gibson Explorer Tribute 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Live Ready Sounds ReVerend G 120 Kemper profile pack

Revv Generator 120

Kemper official website

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Distortion, Overdrive & Fuzz – The Difference

Distortion, Overdrive & Fuzz – The Difference
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So how about a video description for this video?! (I missed adding one from start…)

This is a simple video about exactly what the title says: the difference between distortion, overdrive and fuzz. Many of you might know that already but I’m pretty sure there are a lot of players who doesn’t.

This video is kept on a very simple level by providing sound examples from three different pedals tested on a number of “base sounds”. What sounds best is up to you, I just provide the examples. If you want a more technical explanation of the difference, please look elsewhere.

Also as mentioned in the video; today there are loads of different variations of these pedals. There are overdrives that goes into distortion, there are distortion pedals that can do fuzz, there are a plethora of fuzz variants out there and so on. I just took the pedals I had available so that is what you get!

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Equipment used:
Suhr Riot (distortion)
MXR ZW44 Zakk Wylde Berzerker (overdrive)
Electro Harmonix Green Russian Big Muff (fuzz)
ESP Phoenix II
Kemper Profiling Amp

Suhr Riot

MXR ZW44 Berzerker Overdrive

Electro Harmonix Green Russian Big Muff

Kemper Profiling Amp

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Marshall DSL20H – Test & Review!

Marshall DSL20H – Test & Review!
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In this video we’ll take an extensive look at the Marshall DSL20H tube amplifier – can you get a better tube amplifier in this price range?! This little head can do most styles and let have a look at the spec’s:

2 Channels (Classic gain and Ultra gain)
20W switchable to 10W
Outputs: 3 x 1/4″ (16/8 Ohm load) + 1 x 1.35 mm jack emulated line out
Inputs: 1 x 1/4″ instrument jack, 1 x 1,35 mm jack aux in, footswitch
FX Loop w Send/Return
Digital Reverb built-in
Preamp valves: 3 x ECC83
Power amp valves: 2 x EL34
Weight: 9.7 kg / 21 lbs

So this is small and light, can go from close to clean to screaming gain, has loads of EQ options and can be bought brand new for less than 390 euros / 440 USD. I was totally impressed by this little power pack and would not mind getting one myself.

Would also like to throw in that this was the first time we recorded at this location, the light was worse than I though so next time I’ll bring my studio lights. Also the sound is picked up as we hear it in the room but, next time I think still I should place the microphones close to the speaker.

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Equipment used:
Marshall DSL20H
Orange 2×12 Cab
Gibson 2019 Explorer Tribute
Fender Telecaster Reissue ’52 Custom shop
Gibson Les Paul Studio 2008
Harley Benton Vintage Overdrive
MXR ZW-44 Zakk Wylde Berzerker Overdrive

Marshall DSL20H @ Marshall Amplification

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ToneCrate December 2018 Jamie King Pack (Kemper profiles demo)

ToneCrate December 2018 Jamie King Pack (Kemper profiles demo)
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Apparently the bonus Sundays continues! This is the December 2018 pack from ToneCrate and it’s a (mostly) heavy pack created together with the guitarist Jamie King! The pack contains 25 Kemper profiles all in all, most of them are high gain stuff but there are also a couple of bass profiles and some clear to crunch profiles here.

In my ears this is a great sounding pack that contains profiles from various amps like Marshall JCM800 & 900, Peavey 5150, Ampeg SVT and more.

ToneCrate is a subscription service where you will get a new profile pack for your Kemper every month and every month a new artist is featured. Pretty much like the “LootCrates” where you get a box sent home with different trinkets every month. It’s not that expensive (and if you pay for a year it’ll be cheaper) so go have a look at ToneCrates webpage for more information. Just wanna add I didn’t find much info on Kings bands when I Googled them, so I don’t know if my search-fu is bad perhaps…

Equipment used:
Schecter Custom E-1 Special Edition VSB (Schecter USA Sunset Strip/Schecter USA Pasadena)
Gibson Explorer Tribute 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
Kemper Profiling Amp

ToneCrate website

Backingtrack from

Kemper official website

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Brown Eyed Girl by ToneJunkie (Kemper profiles demo)

Brown Eyed Girl by ToneJunkie (Kemper profiles demo)
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Now wait a second, isn’t that a song by Van Morrison?! Well, yes it is… but it’s also ToneJunkie’s name of this profile pack for your Kemper… that recreates the sound of a Friedman BE-100. And yes, BE stands for Brown Eye.

So, this is not the first time I demo a profile pack created from that amplifier but like I say in the video, take the same amp and two different profilers and it will still differ in sound! The BE-100 is very competent amp, if you wanna read more about it just follow the link provided further down.

This pack definitely has the ToneJunkie tone in it, well balanced and varied profiles. Might be this is a less “heavy take” than some other profile packs of the BE100 and that really proves what I have already stated above… I hope you like this demo, feel free to support me with a subscription! To you subscribers out there, wherever you are – Thanks!

Equipment used in this video:
Fender American Standard Stratocaster (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s)
Gibson SG Gary Clark Jr Signature (P90ST, P90SM, P90SR)
Gibson Explorer Tribute 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
Suhr Riot Distortion pedal
Kemper Profiling Amp

ToneJunkie’s Brown Eyed Girl

Friedman BE-100 amplifier

Kemper official website

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VX the Kraken by Official Victory Kemper Profiles (Kemper profiles demo)

VX the Kraken by Official Victory Kemper Profiles (Kemper profiles demo)
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So here it is – the last Sunday Special Rig Showcase of the official Victory Kemper profiles Rig Showcase! And last out is the heaviest of these official packs from Victory amps – VX the Kraken! The profiles are created by Rabea Massaad, if you haven’t heard of him check him out on Youtube – a great guitarist well worth following! He was also involved in designing the original amp.

VX the Kraken is small 50 watts amp with two channels; Gain I is classic British-inspired rhythm tones and Gain II is tight, aggressive American high-gain grind. The profiles contains clean to quite heavy sounds (though I must say I have heard harder and heavier sounds from the Kraken than what these profiles brings… possibly they can be tweaked more toward that sound if that is what you are looking for).

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Equipment used:
Fender Stratocaster American Standard 2014 (Shawbucker/Custom 50’s SC)
Gibson Explorer Tribute 2019 (Dirty Fingers+)
Gibson SG Standard High Performance 2016 (490R & 498T)
Kemper Profiling Amp

Official Victory Kemper Profiles

Victory VX the Kraken amplifier

Rabea Massaad – How I create Kemper profiles

Kemper Profiling Amp

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